Mondial: Month of International Diversity

Mondial – Month of International Diversity – has officially begun at Quest University Canada, and we are excited to elaborate on its progression in different blog posts for the next three weeks. More than three months ago, many of us international students gathered in … Continued

An Example of a Qualitative Social Experiment

Last block, I took a course called, Qualitative Research Methods, where we learned how to use scientific methods to better understand the human world. During this course, we used a variety of qualitative methods, including ethnography, interviews, and participant observation. … Continued

The “Sciences” of Liberal Arts and Science

As a student who is focused on a pre-health field, I am often asked what it is like to do “science” at a Liberal Arts university. While it definitely is a challenge to tackle courses like organic chemistry, physics and … Continued

Where are they now? An interview with Quest Alumni Eric De Paoli

In this blog series, “Where are they now?”, alumni can reflect on their academic, social and physical journey through Quest’s undergraduate education. We have been asking some Quest alumna to write a few words about Quest, their experience, and where … Continued

Winter Break in California 2.0

Writing a blog post about my winter break adventures has become a tradition for me since I came to Quest three years ago. I spent my first break in Langley, BC with my roommates Katie and Barbara, during which we went tobogganing, … Continued

Balloons and Rocket Cars

Sometimes it can feel like Quest is in its own little wold on top of a hill, tucked up in the mountains. While this is great sometimes, feeling like a part of the larger Squamish community is also nice, and … Continued

Squamish Santa Claus Parade

As the seasons are changing, the celebrations and festivities are ramping up. On Friday, December 4th, Squamish had a local Santa Claus Parade. It was raining pretty hard but that didn’t stop the Squamish community from going out and celebrating … Continued

WAFA, What?

What is WAFA? Internationally, WAFA is the acronym for Wilderness Advanced First Aid. It is a 40 hour course that prepares you for thorough first aid response in a wilderness settings. Quest’s Student Affairs coordinates with the local company Raven Rescue … Continued

Block Break Adventures: Seattle, WA

A few months ago, my friend Hannah from Norway, mentioned that she was going to Seattle for block break since her aunt lives there. In the same day, a few other friends mentioned that they were going to Seattle for … Continued

Alumnus in the News

Jennifer Thuncher of the Squamish Chief newspaper, featured Quest Alumnus in last week’s report. Here’s the story: A new wild man in town Tanner Field is Squamish’s new WildSafe BC coordinator SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 Tanner Field is taking his new … Continued

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